Extended Stay America - Phoenix - Peoria
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... zum Schlafen geeignet, da man die Rücksitze nicht zurückklappen konnte, aber wenigstens ließen sich die Vordersitze relativ weit zurückstellen. Ich war größenmäßig natürlich etwas im Vorteil.
Am nächsten Tag mussten wir also erst einmal ein Zelt einkaufen, sowie Kochequipment, Essen und ich brauchte auch immer noch eine Regenjacke. Nachdem das erledigt war verließen wir Phoenix auf dem Highway 17 Richtung Norden. Der Typ, der mir in Hawaii bei meiner ...
... doing a few hikes with Marge along the rim. Not going to make it home for Thanksgiving or Christmas this year......oh well that the breaks living up here.....We did put our house on the market (if your looking for a nice house in Va. let me know)....so if the house sells thing will change for us....may end up on the east coast in 2016 or earlier....So this is the best time to come down south of Az. not that whooping 110 degrees ...
... which was very impressive set among the desert plants. We stayed until dusk and saw a stunning sunset. Today was another chill out day. We took some time out to explore the Hotel and spent more time sleeping in the water park. It's the last day of the Arizona leg of our trip and we are going out to Aunt Chiladas ( no joke) for dinner tonight. We have enjoyed our stay at the Arizona Grand rather more than its namesake in ...
... Art Show. Lots of good quality wares and a few outstanding booths. Florence found a really unique piece of art that will hang in her bedroom; I got lucky and didn't find anything I needed. Well, that's not entirely true. I found more of the wonderful balsamic vinegars at the same purveyor that we'd visited last year. This year, that day only, both the vinegars and the oils were on sale. Hot damn!
This morning, I ...
... drying rack.
Through Day 19, we’ve camped 13 days and hoteled it 6 days. The camp sites are typically in State or National Parks, and about ½ the time have showers, electricity and water. Busy season for parks, we’re told, began this weekend so we’re anxious to see if our prior easy access (and relative solitude) continues.
Regarding food, breakfast is almost always at ...